Saturday, April 18, 2020

Sara Aldrete, Mexico's 'narco-satanist', asks for freedom after 31 years in prison

"MX" for Borderland Beat

Sara Aldrete in 1989
After spending 31 years behind bars, Mexican convicted serial killer Sara Aldrete issued a formal petition asking federal authorities to grant her release.

Aldrete is widely known as La Narcosatánica (The Narco-Satanist) for her leadership involvement in cult responsible for multiple killings in the 1980s, including the gruesome 1989 murder of American student Mark Kilroy in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.

According to Mexico's Federal Penal Code, convicted inmates can request up to nineteen different measures when they are found guilty of a crime. Among these measures is supervised release, which Aldrete is requesting. In Aldrete's case, she requested a judge to grant her release and allow her to spend the 19 years she has left in freedom with an ankle monitoring device and extra surveillance.

Background
Sara Aldrete was born in Matamoros in 1964 and was a top student and cheerleader at Texas Southmost College. Her involvement in drug trafficking began after she began dating Gilberto Sosa, a drug trafficker linked to the family of Gulf Cartel member Saul Hernandez Rivera. Sometime in 1987, she met a Cuban-American drug dealer and cult leader Adolfo Constanzo ("The Godfather"). He befriended Aldrete and appointed her as the cult's recruiter since Constanzo wanted an introduction to Sosa's drug gang.

Constanzo was a charismatic cult leader. As a kid, his mother introduced him to introduced him to Palo Mayombe, an Afro-Caribbean religion that involves animal sacrifice. Other sources stated he was also introduced to Santería. Constanzo eventually reached the status of high-priest, "padrino". In 1984, he moved to Mexico City to start his life as a tarot card reader and eventually developed a cult following.

Adolfo Constanzo (left) and Sara Aldrete (right)
His outgoing personality, physical attractiveness (he previously worked as a male model), and claimed psychic talent granted him the opportunity to mingle with Mexico City's upper class. His reputation for predicting the future and offering ritual cleansing became popular with some drug dealers, musicians and police officers. With his underworld connections, Constanzo became involved in drug trafficking and moved to Tamaulipas.

Cult killings
Constanzo brain-washed his followers and told them that human sacrifice granted them immunity from law enforcement for their drug smuggling operations.

In March 1989, Aldrete's cult kidnapped American student Mark Kilroy in Matamoros while he was visiting for Spring Break. He was taken by his abductors to a ranch where he was tortured and sodomized for hours before being murdered in a human sacrifice ritual. Kilroy was killed with a machete blow and then had his brain removed and boiled in a pot.

His killers then inserted a wire through his spinal column, amputated his legs at the knees, and buried him at the ranch along with 14 other people who had been killed there before him.

The killing drew worldwide media attention and initiated an international police manhunt because of the unusual circumstances of the crime.

Aldrete's arrest and sentence
On 6 May 1989, the Mexican police surrounded the home where Constanzo and other cult members (including Aldrete) were hiding. During the standoff, Constanzo grew impatient and ordered one of his henchmen to kill him with a machine gun. Aldrete was arrested at the scene and imprisoned in Santa Martha Acatitla, a women's prison in Mexico City.

Aldrete in the early 2000s
In 1994, she was sentenced to 62 years in prison. She was convicted of multi-homicide (31 years), possession of narcotics (12 years), involvement in organized crime (5 years), police impersonation (2 years), illegal body desecration (2 years) and illegal possession of firearms (10 years). Her sentence was later reduced to 50 years. Her expected release date if she is not granted this early release appeal is in 2039.

Note: This post includes excerpts from the Wikipedia page of the Murder of Mark Kilroy, which was published by "MX" in February 2017. It includes over 140 sources.

59 comments:

  1. That’s the one thing this virus upsets me the most about... Scumbags like this getting out of prison

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    1. All a part of satan’s plan but don’t worry the Lord God commands and for those who don’t believe I’ll send them to meet him!

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    2. "The virus" is not the reason madame Sarah Aldrete requests victory,
      I mean her release, it is that after 31 years in prison, eating carpet and other dangerous substances, she may qualify. After all she was just a brainwashed follower of Constanzo...women always fack up because some guy made them follow...
      La reina del pacifico and colombia's Black Widow did much worser crimes and they got released quite soon.

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    3. She’s not getting out of prison yet. She’s just asking for an early release. Or parole if you will. That doesn’t mean she’ll be out tomorrow or out at all.

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    4. I was under the impression "Aldrete" was a French last name but it turns it's an old English one dating back almost a thousand years.

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    5. @7:10 PM
      We here in the U.S. would be happy to execute more of your cartel scum, but your Mexican government won’t extradite to the U.S. if they know that federal or state capital punishment is on the table.
      Our federal government rarely executes, but when they do they can be astonishing efficient at it. We can usually give them the needle in 5-7 years after conviction.

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  2. Please release her due to covid-19

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    1. R u stupid? If she dies of covid-19 she should be grateful. That poor American student died a much worse death. Ppl like her r the reason Mexico needs the death penalty. If they did have it then this Drug War wouldn’t be as bloody. Drug dealers would learn quickly.

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    2. @ 1:55
      Stupid?
      You really think narcos fear the death penalty? They fear solitary confinement in the US. They flip once they are extradited. What’s worst is that the US quickly cuts deals with them. How many have received the death penalty for the deaths they’ve caused in the US?

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    3. Another advocate of the death penalty speaks. Rather amazing considering the absence of a brain.

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    4. DP is reasonable you idiots. Wake the hell up.

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    5. Anon 1:55pm she didn’t killed the guy. She also didn’t kidnapped the guy.

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    6. 1:55 pm did you know the leader of that cult and his right hand man were US citizens?

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    7. @ 7:10

      Pendejo, don’t you know that MX only agrees to extradite their citizens to the U.S. if the death penalty is off the tables. So to answer your question, NONE has received the death penalty.

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    8. 11:27 there is one US Citizen of mexican ancestry Mexico extradited who received the Death Penalty, to make the US happy after their "rogue CIA agent felix ismael rodriguez mendigutia and NSA oliver north got Kiki Camarena murdered and refused to release his body...
      --He is free now...

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  3. If had been incarcerated in California, she wouldve been out already!

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    1. Not really Mr law professor 😂

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    2. Well this just chaps my ass

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    3. You don't habe to be a law professor to know she'd be out in the US. I'm México it totals 62 down to 50... So in the US tbere is this thing called "concurrent sentence"

      "A concurrent sentence is a term of imprisonment equal to the length of the longest sentence. This method of sentencing only applies when a defendant has been sentenced for two or more crimes. The purpose of a concurrent sentence is to allow the defendant to serve all of his sentences at the same time."

      31 years... 2/3 in state or 85% in federal... Yeah, she would have been out a long time ago.. Probably even be back for seconds and out on probation/supervised release

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  4. Well since she asked, sure, why not, let go!




    That was sarcasm people, before you flip your lids.

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    1. 1:27 uff! Thanks for clearing it up, I was worried for a second, or two...
      Your sarcasm is so fine it could be confused with The Invisible Man.
      We may even need to roll it on flour to see where his butthole is.

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  5. BB
    Do a story on girls killed in TJ, Juarez and Laredo.

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    1. Laredo ones happened around the early 90s.

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    2. BB has done multiple stories on that before.

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  6. The face-peeling. limb-chopping stuff that regularly goes on is horrific..but it's child's play compared to what this woman (and her pals) got up to. I'd happily be old-school 'disappeared', rather than be picked up by these soulless maniacs.

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  7. She looks innocent to me. Set her free.

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    1. Hitler looked innocent too and like a clown with the stupid mustache but he was a serial killer.

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  8. I remember that like it was yesterday since I lived in Port Isabel during that time frame. That was back when everyone was going to Matamoros To party.

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  9. Give her covid-19

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  10. Let her live in Sinaloa the drugged out hyenas will take care of her

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    1. Sinaloa they need to send this bitch to jerusalem

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  11. 19 years on ankle monitoring is a far fetch request for anyone who committed horrible crimes.
    Curious to know if she managed to shake the devil out while incarcerated?

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  12. She will just be extradited to the US to face drug charges if she is released. MX’s wiki article says US authorities also plan to prosecute her for the Kilroy murder, but that isn’t possible as the murder (and all events leading up to it) occurred in Mexican jurisdiction.

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    1. You are really not so up and up with your law.

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  13. Yeah this is all everyone needs. It isn't bad enough that we have blood thirsty narco-terrorist running around everywhere. Now we'll have a bunch of satanic bloodthirsty narco-terrorist running around. Just looking at this woman makes my skin cringe

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    1. 5:12 Aay! No names güey,
      A mi como que se me para con tus pinches mamadas.
      --Women deserve a lot better than men, this is not like she sodomized anybody, but she may have learned in prison and get you under her spell.

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  14. There is a documentary on this and it’s great. On one of the students I believe. Crime show maybe. Or Netflix. But I remember that it was pretty darn good

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  15. She probably didn't do the killing, she was around and went to jail.

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  16. What happened to Saul Hernandez Riviera he was involved???????

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    1. Maybe Witness protection plan

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  17. Saul Hernandez Rivera was involved, what happened to Him

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    1. He was killed in 1987 in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, along with Tomás Morlet Borquez outside of Juan Guerra's restaurant Piedras Negras. His death made his family very religious and Constanzo took advantage of that.

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  18. Let her rot in prison. We have enough lunatics loose in Mexico including the USA.

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  19. I’ve heard satanic cults involving the cdg Zetas and knights templar... is this common among the cartels??? I guess all of them are brutal but cannibalism, sacrifices , dismemberment, and the Mexican female drinking blood and having sex with her headless victims ??? She was zetas...
    wtf these people have the mindset of an anímal ... just sell your dope and accept the consequences if that’s what your into, but all the other drama and comedy just solidifies what a parasite you are...
    Does Sinaloa and afo do this weird shit???

    GC

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  20. do not release
    she had a good upbringing
    she had education
    she chose the wrong path!

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  21. theres also a book
    by the american student's father

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  22. She will kneel and bow before Dark Lord Brona, She will obey Him. She knows she is Nothing. Ashes and dust on day be-with-us.

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  23. Hope she rots in jail..

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  24. And this was how the legend of chapo snitched started
    RIP the the chapo snitched guy sad news

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  25. Death Penalty for being stupid, worshiping Cuban witch craft in Mexico, being of Mexican decent & college ED.

    Since Mexico president taking photos with Chapo family, I will not be surprised if they release her. Mexicans are stupid for voting him in.

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    1. 5:42 AMLO WON because he kicks ass, mexicans still support him.
      you would not get one vote for dog catcher even from panistas or priistas because, frankly my dear, you are some supid worthless POS.

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  26. Just kill her waste of taxpayer $ keeping her alive

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  27. great backstory info here http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2017/09/matamaros-rancho-diablo-narcosatanico.html

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  28. Sacrifice her first then release her in enemy turf. Have some burros sodomized her like they did Kilroy and after dump her off to CJNG

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  29. I'll take satanism over scientology

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  30. if she is released she will proly move to usa
    she lives in texas before the crime

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